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Dive In, Try Something New, a Little Different & a Little MAD!

Here are some "great" ideas to go try something new, different and MAD! There are no excuses not to go outside and do something active. Whether you like something calming or intense or you like to find your challenge and get active. Even if you don't want to play a sport, you can still go […]

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It Can Be Done …. If You Want It To Happen.

Hi you'll, your resident MAMABOBS 'ere. Justification of our excuses for NOT doing something that makes us or those around us feel better, happier, healthier, stronger, fitter, has become a pastime for many. Almost a habit.  Again, I was sitting on my arse on a Sunday morning saying this is my day off so I […]

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Looking at taking a trip out for the day then you probably need a bag. Let’s call it a day bag, for obvious reasons. But what should you look to take with you? This is short list of personal preferences I would look to pack on any trip. Every adventure will come with its own […]

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2019: My Year for Confidence

I have never considered myself one to be pressured by the actions and habits of others. From a young age, I have always been encouraged to stick to my agenda and be myself. However, this summer I was struck with a great sense of self-doubt. I wanted to ignore all the things I loved and […]

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Curcumin – A Natural Therapeutic Agent

Another great article from https://blog.cytoplan.co.uk Curcumin, an active constituent of the root of the perennial herb turmeric (also known as Curcuma longa) and a member of the ginger (Zingiberaceae) family, has been used in India and the Far East for thousands of years as a culinary spice and a medicinal herb. In the last couple […]

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My Year as a Spartan - Aroo

I have a love/hate relationship with Spartan races, I love the quality of their obstacle, the weight of their carries and their liking for hills, what I don’t like is the fact that they are a franchise and as such are a fast food style race, you know what you’re getting the moment you sign […]

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Spartathlon - Retracing the Footsteps of Pheidippides

I arrive in Sparta and kiss the King Leonidas statue; I am exhausted and emotionally drained. I get my phone out of my bag and tearfully ring my wife: ‘Anna, I’ve conquered Sparta! That was so hard, I have nothing else to prove, and I will never come back here again’. That was 2016. So […]

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36 Tips For Popping Your Ironman Cherry

A year ago I signed up for a challenge that I was unsure I would complete. A year ago I could not swim front crawl. A year ago I was terrified of cycling. A year on I am an Ironwoman and to be honest, if I can do it anyone can. Here are a few […]

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When Ultras Are Not Enough

Having never been a fan of running, people find it odd when I tell them I occasionally dabble in ultra-marathons or adventure ultras. The look of confusion is something I have come to enjoy. So for a person who hates running why on earth do I do them? Firstly, I run a minimal amount during […]

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Types Of People You Meet At The Pool

The swimming pool, the perfect place to people watch. Over the months I have been both intrigued and irritated with the variety of people at my local pool. However, there appears to be a pattern in the types of behaviour displayed, and almost all people can be filtered into one of the below types of […]

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Trials and Tribulations of 100+ miles on a bike

The longest bike ride to date. I was nervous, no I was beyond nervous. If I could not get through this, then there was no point in trying Iron Man in July. So hesitantly I packed some of my bags the night before, ate all the food and got a good nights sleep to stand […]

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The Second 70.3 in a Week

So, after realising you bit off more than you could chew with your first triathlon being a half Iron Man distance what do you decide to approach for your second? Yes, another half Iron Man. However, I had not thought about how long it would take for my body to recover from the first half, […]

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